case study

Faraday Exchanger Performance on Voltage Dips

Faraday Exchanger Performance on Voltage Dips

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Voltage dips are the most common supply disturbances that cause interruptions in production plants.

The engineers at Faraday Grid conducted tests on RMS and instantaneous voltage signals from a conventional transformer and a Faraday Exchanger and compared the effects of a voltage dip on both signals.

Frequency Control, Short Term Volatility and the Faraday Grid Solution

Frequency Control, Short Term Volatility and the Faraday Grid Solution

In the current hardware of electricity systems, the supply-demand-balance has a very important implication for maintaining the system’s frequency, which needs to be stable each second of the day for the system to function properly. Non-standard frequencies can harm both transformers and appliances in people’s homes. As the energy mix changes, the feasibility of utility-scale photovoltaics as a frequency response is an area of current interest and research. The Faraday Grid resolves short-term balancing issues by modulating power flows to reduce their noise, dynamically managing the voltage and the frequency in the electricity grid in doing so.